Integration of M-Bus in your portfolio

M-Bus or wM-Bus are the standard interfaces when it comes to data collection from smart meters. This data is important for energy-related assessment of properties, facilities and processes and also for the billing of consumption. Therefore, it is often necessary to collect meter data.

If you want to expand your product portfolio by M-Bus or wM-Bus interfaces, our OEM products are the perfect solution. This is an easy way to integrate the M-Bus or wM-Bus into your products. 

Alternatively, we offer our partners to obtain our solutions as White Label products.

To top

M-Bus solutions for OEM customers

Our OEM modules offer the opportunity to integrate the M-Bus into your product in a cost-efficient and flexible way and without worrying about the physical interface. The robust and powerful driver stage is able to reliably drive even high-capacity loads (for e. g. long cable length).

Standardized UART interfaces with and without galvanic isolation as well as the integrated generation of all voltages ease the integration into your design considerably.

There is also a hybrid module available which additionally carries a wireless M-Bus module. It offers both, wired and wireless M-Bus communication, on the same footprint.

MBUS-M13-S

solvimus_product_MBUS-M13-S OEM module

The compact master level converter UART (TTL) to M-Bus for THT mounting. This module can be mounted on a base board by simply pin headers. The power supply is 24 VDC and the M-Bus voltage are generated directly on the module. The module provides a galvanic isolation and a short-circuit protection.

You can find a concrete recommendation for the use of our MBUS-M13 S module by Texas Instruments. Here you can see a section of the application note.

MBUS-M13-S-W

solvimus_product_MBUS-M13-S-W OEM module

The compact master level converter UART (TTL) to M-Bus and at the same time wM-Bus for THT mounting. The special feature is the integrated wM-Bus module soldered to the bottom side. This module can be mounted on a base board by simply pin headers. The power supply is 24 VDC and the M-Bus voltage are generated directly on the module. The module provides a galvanic isolation and a short-circuit protection.